Re: What ever happened to drivers leaving their details?
It pains me also.
Of course, don't assume I'm some nostalgist, living in the past and dreaming of a bygone era. I'm not, and am proud to be a child of the 80's. However, simple things like due care, consideration, compassion and plain old politeness should be timeless. There is no logical reason for these traits to become redundant, but redundant they are.
Spikey's right...the 'me' factor is the status quo. And as alluded to by V02 above, it's a 'top-down' disease that has pervaded all aspects of our daily lives.
It's strange - I actually wouldn't necessarily mind if someone left false details on my windscreen. I would at least know that they had taken the time to stop and register what they've done, even if they didn't have the conscience to offer remuneration. It's a case of crocodile tears being better than no tears at all. At least the crocodile knows it should be crying...